DAT - CON's MS 825/B1000 is a very capable long-range multisensor system comprised of next-generation technological solutions. Combined with full SOVA software, it can be integrated with any existing system or as a part of a new project. As all the software and mechanical elements are developed in-house, the combination possibilities are endless and the use of third-party components can be integrated with ease.
The multisensor is comprised of an electro optical head that contains three payloads; in this case, a long-range thermal camera (cooled MWIR), Day/Night camera and laser range finder.
The LWIR detector used in CLRT-825 is termed 'hot', meaning it can run at much higher temperatures than a regular LWIR detector, thus increasing its lifespan and lowering maintenance costs.
CLRT/HD-Series comes with two continuous zoom lens options, with F/3-4 that ensures the best image and long-range performance, even with this huge detector. This makes CLRT/HD-Series cameras an ideal tool for very long-range observation in HD resolution.
A pan-tilt Locator enables remote pointing of the cameras to desired directions and also adds the option of high-precision gyro stabilisation. This allows observation even if the system is mounted to a non-stable platform, such as a vessel or a high mast.
SOVA software not only delivers essential features, but also allows the integration of other sensor features, including radar, AIS and a digital map. It brings all sensory equipment into one single/ dual window and applies interactions between them according to the operator's wishes. This enables numerous features, including automatic rotating and zooming of the cameras by clicking on the map; a slew-to-cue capability on radar or any other integrated platform; and the use of multiple surveillance platforms.